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THE SONG OF LIGHTNING.
by :. v. cn-ren.
Could I embody a ad unbosom now
That which is most within me could I wrea":
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feoul. heart, mmd, passions, reelings, strong orj ;hcTJ1 (o b(J arPeiltt.jf Ml..i i;l xke Court
. weak, 'of Common rieas tin jury K',vc a vr-liel
'.All that I would have nought, and all I seek, n' linst ti e lady and her hrs!,ai;d of 1(!0
Bear, know, feel, and yet breathe into oneld.Yrr.acs; ?s from the t-s-in: --ny it was
word, 'made quite ediJcnt that the v.ic -ssful su-j
And that one word Vere i.icutmkg, I wo;
Away, away through the sightless air
Stretch forth your iron thread,
' For I would not dim my sandals fair,
,: With the dust ye timely tread;
t Ay, rear it up on its million picri
Let it reach the world around,
And the journey ye make in a hundred years.
I'll clear at a single bound.
Tho I cannot toil like the groaning slave
Ye have fettered with iron skill,
To ferry you ovar the boundless wave,
Or grind in the noisy mill;
Let him sing his giant strength and speed
. " Why, a single shaft of mine
Would give that monster a flight, indeed,
To the depths of the ocean's brine.
No! no! I'm the spirit ot light and We,
To my unseen hand 'tis given f
To pencil the ambient clouds above,
And polish the sUrs of heaven.
-I scatter the golden rays of fire
On the horizon far telow -
And deck the sky where storms expire,
With my red and dazzling glow.
The deepest recesses of earth are mine
. "' I traverse its silent core;
)t Around me the starry diamonds shine,
.'. And the sparkling fields of ore:
And oft I leap from my throne on high,
,. t. To the depths of the ocean's caves,
Where the fadeless forests of coral lie,
Far under the world of waves.
My being is like a lovely thought
That dwells in a sinless breast;
Atone of music that ne'er was caught
A word that was ne'er express'd.
I dwell in the bright and burnished ha'ls
Where the fount-tins of sun-light play
Where the CHitain of gold and opal fulls
, O'er the scenes of the dying day. -
With a glance I cleave the sky in twain,
I light it with a glare,
When fall the biding drops of rain,
Through the darkly curtained air,
The rock-buiit towers, the turrets grey,
The piles of a thousand years,
Have not the strength of pot'.cri clay,
Before my glittering spears.
From the Alps' or the Andes' highest crag.
From the peaks of eternal snow,
The dazzling folds of my fiery flag,
Gleam o'er the world below;
The earthquake heralds my coming power,!
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The avalanche bounds awav,
And the howling storms, at midnight hour,
Proclaim ray kingly sway.
Ye tremble when my legions come
When my quivering sword leaps out
O'er the hills that echo my thunder-drum,
And rend, with my joyous shout;
Ye quail on the laud or upon the eas,
Ye stand m your fear aghast,
To see me burn the stalwart trees,
Or shiver the stately mast.
The hieroglyphs on the Persian all,
The letters of high command,
Where the prophet read the tyrant's fall,
Were traced with my burning hand;
And oft in fire have I wrote since then,
What angry heaven decreed
But the sealed eyes of sinful men
Were all too blind to read.
At last the hour of light is here.
And kings no more shall blind,
Nor the bigots crush with craven fear,
The forward march of mind ;
The words of truth, and freedom's rays,
Ar from my pinion hurl',
And soon the sun of better days
. Shall rise uponlhe world.
But away, away, through the sightless air
Stretch forth your iron thread
For I would not soil my sandals fair,
With the dust ye tamely tread ;
Ay, rear it up on its million piers
Let it circle the world around,
And the journey you make in a hundred years,
. ,111 clear at a single bound.
THE FACE We, that is, I and he, find
upon a human face, when it is old, the Dot
ted counting stick of severe sorrows have
9 rudely passed over it; and when it is
, ".young, it appears to us like a blooming
flower bad on the slope of a volcano, whose
next eruption wUl overwhelm it with des-jtoP
truction. -Ah ! either theuture or the past
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iwniwiii.B, p ....
DOl meiaacuoiy, by iousi mini oou yeuit. .
53rm'a don sucktr,"s the boy saidj t BLS- oId Rectified Whiskey, just re
when bis mother weaned hito: ill ecived and for sale i very W, hy
A Relic. A stone pipe, with the name
of Daniel Euc.ne on it, was roctr.tly found
near Richmond, Ky.
( An innocent lass i:i Bellows Fall., Vt ,
was recei.t'v about beiuir mariied to a vil-
!las swain, but a New Nrk dandy arrived
the village, and won the betr. tll-d bride.
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ivowldtor was well aware of the prevnt's t-n-l
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gagemtin. i lie jury uoimutss io.i.i i up
on it as a decided case t( tresjiits., ar.d
therefore the verdict. 1 lie piuuilili loucii
es 1000 as the only "unction"' I :r his
wounds which the law can !;' him; but
tficre is consola'ion for thi: loss. I'm-ie
are more flowers by the way-side. (N. O.
A N.:n's Wish Souther, in Lis Om-
lann, l elates the f.dlowiir' :
j Yhen I was last at
.i mm made her
jcscipe from the rmivci.t. The fust tiling
i f.ir wliich fllie ioiiiiircil, when s!se l cached
!thc house in which she was t Ic sccri-tf!,
jwas a looking-glafs. S!e hal int fed t!ie
Jcoiivent when only live years old, and from
that time had never seen her cwn face
How does Ir.inian Jove sliil ine after, s f III
stretch forth it? arms to clasp the f.nliiig
images that still elude its grasp! It would
make for itself an eternity out of the tran
sitory and the perishing!
Win n a Dutch maid-servant wishes to
go to a dance, and has no swaiu r.f her own
site hires a cavalier for the
ocau wiin an umjreiia receives cjhu
Let a man be ever so much upin
guard against a flatterer, there are still
few points at which he is accessible.
A Democratic District Convention held
at Ottowa has nominated Col. Benton for'
President, and selected a Delegate to the
Tin ore has been discovered in New Jer
sey, the on'y place in the lTnited States
except one in New Hampshire. It is not
yet ascertained whether the tnii.e can bf
worked to advantage, or to whs.t extent the
ores exist, (Alexandria Gazette.
A clerk in Boston w ho transcribed his
entries from a slate, was not permitted to
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lesiuy to me correctness oi ins books
TIIC 31A3I.MOTII OF TI2K
THE OLDE.VI ARLISIJKO CLOTHIKR,
V. 114 aM.hu Stmt. SI. Louis.
Yur,,. ,i .
ix.-j hit me annroaeiiin? iiriner ol 1.
i,,i me V'C r eV,!l,s,1
arrangements of anv other I,
.ade the most eytetisive end uiieoii.dlc.ljsin-le br-cs, he-ie's. er backs. !iv ec'lit-r :;ti
limise in Hie I lilted
Stales, so us til be. enabled lo reconmiudate the
bundrcds of thousands that will ihroiig my s,torei
for the Springatid Scunner Fashions. 'ti
Alotlo Large Si;-s tnj i-tnII Prolits.
have !1 lb.- ie:.v r.....;v l. .),.. Cr.ll..
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by far the largest and most complete sti.i k oi'
Read Made Clothing ever mamifac!i:r d l.v
any one house. From the many ndv.it;.ir 1
posstws, I am confident i.i as,-rtit tl.;.t lnj
goods are manufactured vl ?i t:. h !. . . r ni,T5
than any other house, urA 1 t:.i i!.., ri di:. ij t..
sell llicm at such low piitr s ::s t i e'ey v an.i
My Spring stock has all l.i . !vuJil ir
cash and inaiiiifaclurci! i, V l.iYscll ia ti.- i ;y t
New York, and having p.ii.l -rei I i.tli i lien 1-.
the cut and lit, will
most desirable evi r otr. re.l iii M.y (.;v ,.r ii..
t'. .m . . a
v iiion. i am cnnii:;em .;.ai i i .m t;,- . as
good a fit as any tailer. tet i:i the
and iaoft fashionable style.
MERCHANTS throiiirhotit tho V:-!
ting Clot 'dug, at any time by or.l -ring and en
closing the amount, will have it .i:u nded to
slrictly y ilh every care and coirectness, Mul
forwarded by the lir.-t opportunity.
The great variety my stock will consist ofthis
Spring, will be far superior to any othi r previ
ous season and as regards price mid j-i..!il;
will be at least 15 or "0 percent, clu-.:va r lhaii
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mrr utiuru iiiieri-u. i in- irreai in ) 1 1 li ul in;s
ncss I have been doing, (and hope, by strict at
tcntion lo continue to do,) will enable me to oi
ler to my old customers and strangers isi;in.
St. Louis, much greater inducements than any
other house this side the Atlantic.
My desire is to increase mv sales, and bv do
ing so can aflord to sell vou at a very small ad
vance upon the manufacturing price. ' Transient
cus'oiners visiting the cily and calling on me,
win uc cunvinccu uiai my assnrimeui is milcn
larger and fur cheaper than anything ever cfTcr
cd to a generous public.
Beware of those who tell you this is
i 'it bear in mind that I have but one store, 'tis
H4 M.a street, a large No. 114 on the
r nf ,u fro!;la, I"'r,il with the
name MARTIN in large gilt k-Ucrs:
I pledge myself lo sell lower than any other
:,)0lJSC JNO. T. MARTIN,
St Louis, Feb. 11, 1818.
v. - E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a Urge
v V lot of dry goods, groceries,
;$ - - ., consisting in part of
lo )s. Caliou at 10 to 12 I-2c. per yd.
i.'o' bunches Cotton arn.
dozen long i:el do.
Eat?ii:g, Carpet Chain.
1,00 pounds 1st chop N. O. SiiEtar.
3 b !s Jiio and Laguyra Coffee,
PI. tr.ation Mo!ases.
SiH'iir 1 louse do.
Golden Svriip do.
Kei.:.;nva Salt, G. A. ditto.
A full assortment Iron,
do. dii. Castings.
Wldakrv, Tar, Grindstones,
A full stock of Hardware.
A l.r stock of Boots and Shoes, at
Ic a i-:- vii-.-s.
In slii rt, our stock now compvi-ses every
r'--.'e 'i.:i"v 'esiied u1--.c uUiic ft in r -
:I!v and '.'
iC Lll MllTS 111 !).. .!( n! ir.
li.ee OF JL! KI.VIJS, waul-
Ig'ie.l market rates.
:"-is visiiintit'ii markot i;i sear;'
!:.f HAKG MNS, will do well to call on
befoe tri'':;ir dsewheie.
Feb. 'JSi!-, 1S1.
McKays. co. !
MORROW'S IMlT.O ED DIAMOND
STEEL UBV Plfll'Kil.
Mitiiurct-.ii'til a T;:j. "JisMJsiri.
" 5 5 1 E subscribers have been appointed ,isre?;i
jj for t!l above .debrated tie supei iorploiihs.
and now have on hand
7." liro h trse I''j.'fi,
75 iiue '".:. dn.
As these Piovjiis a-e benminij ren-
Alsivelv known and used in t!.is section r.f,
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i.uiiiiut i.iu .ui;ii i 'i.ii iti i. I. . i !!! on 'i.e. I Ci V. ; r 1 VAX S-.'e-
sary to say much wi'.ii regard t; lb em. 'n! :t t!:e "'ine Srcet Htl."
The Moleboard is rutircly if and; ,1,.: "t ' , .
llinci. itlii Invii lili.r! f.,s.. l'l ..i.rT.e i'mi.L
l.i .1 i . i r .1 , "i
muni u;e u ii jiriicu oi uus j.iun .'-;r in
Wc are authorized tosell wi the most fa -
vorahlc term--fr Ca di. Produce, or on
time to nunctoat m-n. M.-KAY&.CO.
Louisiam, March lGth 1S4S.
jg View OI i:ie iiili!.v-,icTii cs lo Ul.ati II-, r;- ftHr.r in t':'-i l,t.
H .'i'. i ;i;;iis si il the pi-'dic gelierully h.ive Ix'tirC;;,.,
Muiji i .i -i. .or me w.nu fi .1.1 ht cut. vi Yai.cc
ito, and frnin, ur city, the (.u'lscrd'er- h.ii
ibeeii euemiragel to e.t..l lish in L..-iii. m.i. : tl .r)J!MS the n ii. ie tl.-t tw nine of his
an immense outlay ot -lu,l ,.. Ire., ,,,, ;,; 3 s,via!i..n v. ilh Dr. M. liar:!. It h. ii. ev
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. .' ""ri'
It'll s ;.!
I.ey flatter Ui n.-elve 1.
jhl,tT'"" ' ''-'. ' ""'Oi ano wen ru .L. .1. t. -,r-;
' ..( !1 - t l i fill a - t
i . . , ii, i
' u'eili; harness, that they ill i
erous sujip-irt Iri'in ii"inu:i;tv.
ll.l-iiie-, ru n,
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suriii" men. as well as t!i : Ir.ivello
'their stable... l.etui
!1 Geor-ia :.n:l S.ii.Jl. l.r..-'
I ! r . i... u "
mm s(t.-i u
H ;s :1!o !i. ;r design I
, h.n !; 1-. the Bow
to run nr.
Id c:n-.o I:.-;
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.i-e; 7ti ean of ouiaincil. 1 Heir prices si, all -
Ke as in-
low as the lowest.
II. W. P. WOOTEN
LuiUi.i.a. April ls4S.
.SPRING AND SUMMER.
E are now ret civinga larueand well as.
sorted stuck iif (ieoiis. Mlltahle lor the
u. cons-stni" of
s..-- tf'Mt.t.. ..... !
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(iiiii win en in very mw prices 101
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jCasli or Produce 1 i "sons wishing to pur
chase C.'.i.ai-: .vil! ;.Wu. trive us a cull be
C. JACKSON & BRO.
LiuUuni, April 3, IS I4.
C I AC KScN & I5RO.
Loiiisa..n, A p: il
E i.'j i'y'fy 2 S'diX I
'''Hl'. tin ; r: ined li:vo on band a largo and'c,c's " li,s Uno tsesH.
4 spleiali ! ..s .orln.cnt of Bedsteads, of all! Books l.ouno in the best manner,
(he ili Tereiit st -,!., !...tmif.ietiired by themselves! Cal' a1"' examine No. 121, Main Street,
oi'.l of cruoil ma'.iT::!s. wiiii-li thev will soil
mw as me s iiiic artmles can be liought in M.
They resprclfully1 iwite all perions who may
want Bedsteads to give them a call, being con
fident that they can pleRseJmtli iu regard to style
aim price. L. I . li. W. ADA ..la.
Louisiana, March, 27(h, 1S4. 3w.
J Seventy-Six copy 3 weeks.
WE have iust received, and have for sale
Ground Alhun, Liverpool Blown aud Kanawha
rau wiiic-ii we oiler at reduced prices.
ORR, DUKE &. CAMPBELL,
JUST RECEIVED a splendid lot of Jew
el's Patent Ploughs, and for sale low, by
, S. V. Vl'fJK?ER,
FTTTAS locate J ppmansntlv in Louisiana.
Jt L O.Ii.j j in Four's Hotel, Third Street.
Loiusisiana. Jan. 1 Hi.
P. r A UK,
attorney jit lw,
A TTENDS rcruhriy the courts of Tike,
j I.i:i' o!ri a:M M. Charles counties.
i "f Ad ?r,'ss Prairicvillc, Tike county, Mo.
November Si It 1N47.
tt. C. TOLBLRT. J. BARTLETT.
Tolhcrt & BaHlctt,
u;m)T and sikj;: hiak:i:s.
North E it corner of Georjria and Alaiti Streets
LOCISl ANA, MO.,
AVIN't a .Mici. tC'l tlwiiiNelves toj .Iher in
A J t'te Uout uiid ;"iiu: iii.:!;jnir lni'iiics-". r-j-
;f pectfii!!y lender tiieir service (otl.iir friend
land pii'di;, and so'ieit a Iiare af patronage.
They expert to livehy their work, and they e-
p':ct lueir work to be tlic.r Ie-it recoinmenua-
A'l orders in tiieir Jme will be thanktul
:vci and jiromri!' atteuded to. at the
au'.vrs j-.tsi'-le ruIi prices.
This i!:iv w i!I ;y. h--v iielicvo lhy ran sup
plv tiiou ivh'i ivlll :;iv"r t!e-:n a ":!! will) lis ntd
and c-!ie.-j work : i-.uy esltibii-liiileiit '"i Lou
ii.:ii.i. rr nur!!i of St. Loiii.. C. ll and see lor
T. & B.
Louisiana, March 27lii. 1847.
E. G. 35c3,U!i
EALER iu Drvf-o .ds.Crm trlcs. READY
MADE CLOTHING. Produce &.c.
JOSKI'JI I. vVlTilKIiS,
GENERAL. COMMir.MON MERCHANT,
ft i.-i.is, .Taisxiciri.
T V. r 1 1 .1. :;! !!' ir: I . it nm Tulmr-
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JL1!" Missouri ! louse, i : now
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cm: ;! i..i.ire- r and tr ivellcrs.
Iv'- ry .::.,
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prnj; i.'! ;r !
.v'.li n.i'ie t i ref !;-r tlisr uiu
Tliiir:n!i l"s .mi!. irt ;ble; and the
. .'. e :it : ' yi rtiiins to iN-ae.
! -. ire u. ' !..' i:itroit.:ee.
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Al.lli;-!'! NK WJJI'.UKY.
No. I'd, .Alain Street, St. Louis, Missouri
as t n.v.sr.rxLY o.y ru.vn ,;,
vim ('( '.-ir'M Whtshsulrnvl llftail
, vhJ "f vv. .-.-,i mp run wjp.i:, shrti-
In.u IV.to. STtll l S 111'
7..V, :-ry cli
iiiiswi: v, CI.eaplor
i)r. .1. is, Vo.i.
,r.-. In limitation. I.e l.o mars In r,ruii sMi.lt-
- ...J ff M;.(.s , t! ... , 11S(i;- iKj.a .,.. Mir.
r ,,.;, . , ,.(,.l!i:r, . .iia iK-., eh attention tu
bis nri:'c-in uil! ci.lillc liim t" vniie ot their
treli-!,..,), jr ?.f hi;..,. : :1 ,nlun r mn Sf.iri. ..f IM.
l)rT,,..r - lV.it hers. v. here lie m.-v be liiiitiil
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h t I II, nrot:iti!!v :,!ti-:i.! In .nnv lai,ine- that
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lATTORNEV . LAW.r.vi.iNci-Gnrts,Mo
Will pro:uilly attend ta all business entrusted
ito his -are.
! S. SVJlsirray,
; ATTORN EV AT LAW, Rowiiiig Green.Mo.
Will pr-aiptli :lt' ml to any btisiucss that may
ii;c i niru-te.iio his '.-..re.
.lTTORM-: .7 ,., V)Ottitig-lirfi, .lo,
Regularly attends liie Circuit Courts of Pike
R:,is Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery
N. I. Minor,
ATTORN FY AT LAW, Rowm.nc-GbeesIo
OHice inthcCourt House.
ClIK.iP (MSir Ti O OKSTOHEl
.1. I! VI. SAM..
rllOI.I'.SALF.and Retail Bookseller and
Sta'ioncr, No. 124, Main Street, Saint
j.iMlis, .tin., keeps oil liailli a sjiieiiuiu tusutiiuciu
School, Law, Medical and Miscellaneous Books;
Quills, Ink. Wafers, Steel Pens and
Slates, Writing and Wrapping
Papers; blank Books
in great aricty, together with every other arti-
THE undersigned will t un regularly a good
two horse hack from Louisiana to Bowling
Green, on every Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day. It will leave Foulks' hotel on each of the
above named days precisely at 1 o'clock r
and as it carries the mail it will be comnellml
arrive at Bluin's Hotel in Bowling Green at 4
o'clock of the samAcTay. An extra hack will
there be in readiness to curry passengers to any
poim incy may acsire.
O" Price of fare from Louisiana to Bowling-
t a i sia .
YCsTsHlDAlLinLISE OF PACfcETt
For Clarksvilh) Louisiana, Hannibal, JVa
rim City, Q'rtncy, Lagrange, Tulfy,
.Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk. '
The new andlight-draushl passenger steamers,
LUCY BERTRAM, Cms. Deak, Master,'
KATE KEA RN EY, Jas. W hits et. Muter,
LACLEDE, W. S. Randolph, Master,
Will run regularly to the above namecT ports
leaving St. Louis every afternoon, at 5 o'clock,
execpt on Sunday, and Qnincy every morning,
at 0 o'el.w k except Tuesday. Their speed and
emioi t of accommodation, for passengers, cn
iiiit be surpassed by any boats in the trade.-
Promptness of arriving and departing will be
strict! v olerved, and their oflicers will spars
no pains to promote the comfort of passengers,
nd the interest of shippers, for Ireight or
pass itri', apply onboard, or to
u. t-.SAS.S, Agent, II Commercial si.
SL Louis, Feb. 18 '48,
For Vlaiksrillc, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Marian t'ify, Qnincy, Lagrange Tvlfy,
Alexandria, Warsaw and Keokuk.
The new and clpgant passenger steamer ED
WARD HATES, N Cameron Master, will run
a a rvjrular naekrt during the season betweta
St. L-j iis and Ktokuk.
It- i " .
She ivi'l ieave St. Louis on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, end arrive at ClaTksville on the fol
!vi:;g mo'iiiug at ! and Louisiana at 5 o'clock.
On her downward trip on Mondays and Fridays,
she will arrive at Louisiana between the hours
of 2 and 4 and Clarksvillc between 3 and 4 in
ihc evening, and arrive at St. Louis the same
The ED WARD BATES has Tieen ex-rr-ssly
built for f is trade, and shippers
and pussencrs may rely upon her continu
ing in it during tor- seacon, and upon the
regularity of her trips and times of arriving
and departing, passengers aud freight will
be received or I ioded anv wlicre on the riv
er, and all signals will be attended to with
out extra charge.
It is hoped that by sliict attention to the
interest of shippers and passengers she will
receive a liberal share of the patronage
heretofore so liberally bestowed on other
boats under tl.e command of Neil Cainron.
For frei-l.t or iass-ij'e. apply on board.
April io, 1848.
For CltirkfiHr, Louisiana, Hannibal,
Miai.)i ('i'y, I'uincy, Lagrange, Tully,
l't xandri-j, fl'urs. ic aud Keokuk.
1'llV. WA X !r iug!it iin,? 1'ist running passeu-
rer tc. n:;-r Ot l..iN t't.WL. Kabtow Able,
Master, i!! r::'-. ;s a r:-;r!'!.ir i a-jket to the a-
!)i vc and 'I interian'iatc jT.rls, leaving St. Lou-
i t 4 o'clock.
!,c h iving ti'oroiil:;y aiated and refitted
s now c.ii..! in comfort an t accommodation for
passc:;g rs, to any bo-it in the trade. , Passen
ger .iii.l :ii;';ejrs in iv r.-Iy up:n uer remaining
in liie trade ;.irn the entire seetor; and her
uliii ers !..'pe, by a strict attention to the interest
it sn!pp..rs mul t'o'.i i vi oi passengers, lo merit
eoiiliiiuance uf tiie Kit r.m.ie heretofore o lib
r.ulv ele:i .eJ iowuri:s iifin. rorireiguior
p.iss.:go. vpply on ho;Ti er to
( .! ) R. I . SAN, 10 Commercial St.
s'B'SHE iin-.lersL'ne.l have this diy associated
0 themselves in business under the firm and
style of Orr, D.ikc and Can.pbell, for the pur
pose o! transacting a general Mercantile, Pro
duce and Commission business, in the store for
merly occupied bj George . Jenks., & Co.,
Water Street, Louisiana Missouri.
W. C. ORR,
C. M. DUKE,
W. II. CAMPBELL.
-March 13th, 1848.
ORR, DUKE & CAMPBELL beg leave to
inform their friends and the public that
they have taken the above commodious store and
Warehouses adjoining, and are now receiving
I from St. Louis, a large and well selected stock
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Don, Nails, Boots,
Shoes, Queensware, Hard war el&c. They are
now ready to accommodate their iriends and the
public generally with all articles in their line,
and at prices that will make it to the interest of
dealers to niirnbnsp nf them
To their friends in the counlrv thev would
ofTcr their services for transacting any business
in the way of Receiving, Storing and Forward
ing Produce or merchandize of any kind. Their
arehouses being situated immediately on the
Wharf will enable them to ship and receive
goods on better terms than any other house.
Their facilities arc such as to enable them to
make liberal Cash advances on any produce en
trusted to their care. Thev resnectfullv soliolt
a share of public patronage.
Louisiana, JUn., March 13th, 1848.
Salt for Stock.
WE have in store a lartre lot on eonsitmnamL
which will be sold very low by -
' ORR, DUKE CAMPBELL.
April 10, 1848.
Produce Wanted. . '
WE are raying" the highest market nrlcea for
tn,atore Water- street, Louisiana. Mo.
OR. DUKE & CAMPBELL.
starch 20th. 1848.
JUST RECEIVED, per steamer Ed. Bates,
2 casks and 2bbls. of superior Sweet Pe-
ureciiwc. hm. rr. MUAlSi.
C. JACKSON & 8AQy ,
C. JACKbbs: BRO. i
ti. E. BLOCK & CU.